The M.A. degree can be earned in two ways:
- advanced practice nurses with a master's degree from an accredited program with a major in any clinical specialization may apply to complete a 30-credit course, or;
- the M.A. may also be earned in combination with one of the advanced practice programs offered by the College. The 62-credit program leads to the award of both an M.S.N. and an M.A. degree (additional credits may be required depending on advanced specialty area selected).
The individual courses comprising the nursing education program can be found in the University’s graduate catalogue.